Public Transportation in Vienna
Subway, Tram, and Bus
There is a densely knit network¹ of public transportation means within the City of Vienna, it's suburbs, and it's surroundings that offers most modern and efficient accessibility within the whole city.
Provided we succeed in finding a sponsor, participants of the PA Convention 2004 will be issued a free travel pass (valid for the duration of the convention) upon registration.
general area of the University (Main
Building -- see also the Section on Vienna
University) may be reached by any of the following: tram n°
1, 2, D, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44; subway line U2; bus n° 1A ("Schottentor"
Station - "Schottentor" means Scots' Gate). The University Campus (the actual
convention venue) is at the intersection of tram lines n° 43 and 44 with
5 and 33. Starting from the "Schottentor" tram stop (which is the terminus for n° 43 and 44) the
Campus is just the 2nd stop.
of tram, subway, and bus lines
Map of Public Transportation on page "Orientation in Vienna"
Schedule of Public Transportation [on-line
form in German]
There is also a possibility for
Historic Special Tram Tours,
round trips on streetcars from the Vienna Tram Museum,
some of them nearly 100 years old.